Music on Film
A pair of entertaining films about things that defy gravity rock and roll into the Bloor this weekend.
After a few weeks away, our Bloor Cinema column returns with new looks at Errol Morris' look at Donald Rumsfeld in The Unknown Known and the gorgeous experimental documentary The Great Flood.
We review the one new film at The Bloor this week, a look inside the US Federal Reserve in Money for Nothing, and look ahead to a slew of events over the next two weeks, including return engagements of all of this years Oscar nominated documentary features, the Oscars themselves, several returning series, and an appearance from famed stand-up comedy icon Paul Mooney.
This week at The Bloor, urban sprawl goes under the microscope in The Human Scale, and Toronto's own Alan Zweig looks back on When Jews Were Funny.